I haven’t found out yet why the permissions are reset I mean, why allow setting new permissions when they are reversed after some time? Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. So now lets begin: It seems they get reseted after some time. Is it necessary to build this i2c stuff as modules? Sun Jan 02, Can anyone suggest what to do?
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But I just tried the atxp1 module. Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SENSORS_ATXP1: Attansic ATXP1 VID controller
Although I didn’t do much tests, I think you can add it to your list of supportet Mainboards. To attansuc it up, I’d hate doing all the switching manually.
Fri Jan 07, 2: Not sure yet why this occurs, there are no FP operations in the module. The kernel patch is now available at: Because not all VCore controllers support 1.
CONFIG_SENSORS_ATXP1: Attansic ATXP1 VID controller
Sun Jan 02, On my NF7-S 2. Yes, a daemon would be great to have. Sun Jan 09, 7: If you also compile cpufreq governors in your kernel along with this patch, you can easily emerge cpudyn and configure it for your desktop powersaving according to load.
Haven’t recognized it because when I experimenting with new modules I was logged in as root. Please fix this in your instructions above: Mostly the RAM is the limiting factor. Fri Dec 31, 8: Is it necessary to build this i2c stuff as modules?
ATXP1 – ATTANSIC – IC Chips – Kynix Semiconductor
I’d rather have it done dynamically by a daemon. So now lets begin: Ok, thanks for the calculation fix. Sat Jan 08, 7: As you have mentioned a workaround could be running a script via sudo.
Detected on SMBus nForce2 adapter ataddress 0x Maybe these don’t even on the cpu but on the mainboard only? Does anyone have a nice ruleset for it? So, users should be warned, I guess.
I haven’t found out yet why the permissions are reset I mean, why allow setting new permissions when they are reversed after some time? Mon Jan 03, arxp1 Some sort of interface is needed, which apparently doesn’t exist right now I already tried cpufreq-nforce2 without voltage changing some time ago.
Yes, I’ve already updated the howto.
Sun Jan 02, 8: So you could couple fsb and vcore, but in userspace. Sun Jan 02, 3: Using it since some months now.
I have them compiled into kernel.